Expert Advice: How-To
Written by eFITology Staff on Thu, Mar 12th 2009 at 1:50 am
Read The Basic Instructions First read the instructions that come with your bike before using it. This allows you to become familiar with the settings, programs and display information of your bike, particularly how to increase or decrease speed and how to adjust the length of your exercise and the difficulty of your ride. How [...]
Written by eFITology Staff on Thu, Mar 12th 2009 at 1:49 am
Biking work mostly the muscles of your lower body: Calves Quadriceps Hamstrings Hip Flexors Glutes. In addition there is the cardio vascular component, which works your heart and lungs. Cycling on an exercise bike (or outside) requires correct posture. This also strengthens and conditions strong mid section and core muscles: Abs Oblique Core (stabilizing) muscles.